Maurice Ravel: Piano Concerto for the Left Hand Alone (in D major). Jacqueline Blancard, piano. Charles Munch conducting the Paris Philharmonic Orchestra. In four movements played without pause: Lento, Andante, Allegro, and Tempo Primo. This premier recording of this work was recorded in 1938. VOX 168 (Polydor) Restored from the original 78 set.
July 19, 2011 Subject:
They don't write them like that any more...
Why can't modern composers write like this? I know. I am obtuse, naive and don't appreciate historical movements within musical compostion. But, really, where are the peices that move people like this one?